Where should you eat on Election Day in and around Ithaca?

Pancake breakfasts? Bake sales? Spaghetti suppers? Election day eats are a big deal in much of the country, and Ithaca is no exception.

blueberry pancakes

Plain or blueberry pancakes? Vote for your choice!

The Ithaca Rotary Clubs election day pancake breakfast is the proverbial 800-pound gorilla in election day food events, and it’s a great choice for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It runs from 7am-7pm with an all-you-can-eat $9 breakfast, this year at Coltivare.

The Dryden United Methodist Church is holding a buffet-style Election Day Supper at their four-corners location at 9 East Main Street in Dryden. $8 for adults or $4 for kids 5-12 gets you chicken and homemade biscuits, baked squash, mashed potatoes, pies, salad, and more.

Both the Newfield Public Library and Greater Ithaca Activities Center are holding election day bake sales. GIAC’s runs from 9:30am-5pm, teaming up the GIAC Senior Program and GIAC Youth Division for a sale at GIAC’s 301 West Court Street facility. The Newfield Public Library’s bake sale starts at 7:30am and runs until 8pm, or until the cookies are gone, at 198 Main Street in Newfield.

Moosewood Restaurant is holding a Souper Tuesday event with vegan, gluten-free, or vegetarian soups available from 11am-5pm, with a $1 discount off any purchase of $5 or more if you have an “I Voted!” sticker.

The Owasco Fire Department is holding a spaghetti supper starting at 4:30pm. Lucky Hare Brewing in Hector has a beer party planned from 6pm on.

Zinck’s Society members are invited to Rulloff’s in Collegetown for free food and drink specials starting at 9pm. There’s an election results viewing party planned for Cornell’s Big Red Barn starting at 8pm with beer, pizza, and snacks available.

Trying a little of everything at the Bickering Twins Taco Tuesday.

Trying a little of everything at the Bickering Twins Taco Tuesday.

If you love the idea of a “taco truck on every corner,” the Bickering Twins pop-up Taco Tuesday night at Lincoln Street Diner in Ithaca’s Fall Creek will run from 5-8pm, and twin Corey Adelman says the special taco of the night will be a beef birria taco.

Are we missing any Election Day dining offerings in and around the Ithaca area that everyone needs to know about? Please let us know in the comments!

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